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Jul 23, 2011 12:00pm PDT
. take care. >> john: my guests say that is not true. i'm told political campaigns are worse than ever. >> campaigns have been taken to a whole new level. >> john: i believe what they say about me. is this new? you should hear what the founders said about each other. >> if thomas jefferson, rape and incest will be openly practiced. >> and what about regulate regulate. >> mr. gorbachev tear down this wall. >> and this is more to end the cold war. ♪ >> john: finally we're all taught that politics changes history but larry flint says sex lives just as much. >> private lives of presidents and first ladies did shape you on how things went. >> a politically incorrect look at history. that is our show tonight. >> john: what built the middle-class? unions i'm told you about unions landlords tell me when i confronted them about it, we built the middle-class they say. the head of wisconsin firefighters union. >> the middle-class would not be where it is today without the union. >> john: and they claim they help minorities. here is the sample of my interview with new york city's 34,000 member t
FOX News
Jul 16, 2011 12:00pm PDT
we don't make big cuts. >> john: if you can't pay workers' salaries. what is our future going to be? cuts so draconian you need a chainsaw to make them or sweat shops. we have choices to make. >> john: our government keeps spending. we're already $14.5 trillion in debt but you could say, so what. look around, america is doing pretty well. what is the worst that can happen? >> well, this could happen. these protests happened when greece with was so far in debt they had trouble borrowing money. an economist at the mercada center, she says greek riots is just the most visible. >> greeks still go on and they still serve. >> if you wanted to borrow money for a house or car, the interest rates will be dramatically high. >> greece spends so much by last year they owed more money than their entire economy produced. no wonder they are in trouble. we won't reach that level of debt until, oops, pretty soon. we're on a clear track to a greece type crisis. >> when there is no more money, there is just no more money. >> john: the federal government can print money. >> federal government can print
FOX News
Jul 17, 2011 3:00pm EDT
to the budget rather an machete. >> maybe we need to take one of these because we don't make big cuts. >> john: if you can't pay workers' salaries. what is our future going to be? cuts so draconian you need a chainsaw to make them or sweat shops. we have choices to make. >> john: our government keeps spending. we're already $14.5 trillion in debt but you could say, so what. look around, america is doing pretty well. what is the worst that can happen? >> well, this could happen. these protests happened when greece with was so far in debt they had trouble borrowing money. an economist at the mercada center, she says greek riots is just the most visible. >> greeks still go on and they still serve. >> if you wanted to borrow money for a house or car, the interest rates will be dramatically high. >> greece spends so much by last year they owed more money than their entire economy produced. no wonder they are in trouble. we won't reach that level of debt until, oops, pretty soon. we're on a clear track to a greece type crisis. >> when there is no more money, there is just no more money. >> john: the
FOX News
Jul 24, 2011 2:00am PDT
tonight. >> and now, john stossel. >> what built the middle class? unions, i'm told, but union leaders often tell me when i confront them about bad things that unions do, we built the middle class they say. here is the head of wisconsin's firefighters union. the middle class would not be where it is today without the unions. >> the unions claim they helped minorities. a sample of my interview with the head of new york city's 3400 member transit union. >> you discount the extremely positive impact that the trade union has had in this country launching people into the middle class, particularly african-americans and latinos, but that's just not true say tom woods and damon root. woods is the author of "33 questions about american history you're not supposed to ask" damon root writes for reason magazine. both have studied history and shocked how much of what they learned in school turned out to be wrong, like what? >> well, the union question for one. and what do we get on unions other than propaganda and i think that-- >> they raised us up with all of the rules. >> if the human mythology
Jul 27, 2011 7:00pm EDT
quote in 1957, his name was john tessier. he was maria's neighbor. when questioned by police then, he said he was on a train to chicago when she disappeared. but three years ago after he changed his name to mccullough, an old girlfriend produced an unused train ticket of his from the very same day. that sparked an intense focus on him and more. >> we've been fairly astonished at the recollection of some of the residents. >> reporter: and more than half a century later this case is no longer cold. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> schieffer: the hospital that has provided care for america's war wounded for generations wil-- we'll look ate legacy of walter reed next.
FOX News
Jul 30, 2011 12:00pm PDT
next week. >> john: it's not that people don't know. the battle is over all television. people know the president but do they know his opponent. >> you are spending more money than taking in you need to spend less of this. who is this guy? do you know who this is? yes, of course. >> john boehner. >> lots of people didn't know him. >> i don't know who that is. >> or anything about the debt problem zbloojtsd what is the debt limit. what are they fighting about? >> i don't know. >> okay, tonight we'll explained and we'll talk about the debt. it's into the hard. the debt and the stossel solution. that is our show tonight. >> john: look at that, they need more? if they don't get more money they won't be able to send social security checks and pay veterans' benefits our veterans deserve. really? isn't $2 trillion isn't enough? they can pay social security and medicare and the interest on the debt and still have hundreds of billions left over. two trillion is plenty. it's billions more than our entire government spends when president bush took office. what is the problem? the problem is th
Jul 7, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. >> it was one of his favorite things to do, celebrate the fourth of july. a man who we will call john was watching fireworks with his friends where there were fireworks of another kind on the ground, an altercation. >> all of a sudden about two people down from me, this one guy in a white shirt jumps up and he screams, that -- hit me in the head. as he jumps up and he runs into the crowd towards the house and in doing so, he takes off his shirt. >> john says a man in a yellow shirt who police identify as joe took off to catch up with the other man. he was at the location most of the night and seen the victim, his brother, and several other people drinking earlier in the evening and he says he thought it was going to be another stupid brawl. >> me and my friends are going, oh come on. it's fourth of july. there are kids around. it's going to be a fight. all of a sudden, about two minutes later, this guy in a yellow t-shirt comes walking back towards me and he is like this and when he is holding it like this, i knew at that point where he got cut and i knew that it was -- can't stop t
Jul 3, 2011 11:30am EDT
to increase its more borrowing authority. house speaker john boehner says the focus should be more on cutting our massive $14 trillion debt, not making a new borrowing deadline. >> nobody believes the united states will walk away from its obligations. dealing with this debt problem and this deficit problem is far more important than meeting some artificial date created by the treasury secretary. >> question, why has the debt ceiling caused a political impasse? pat buchanan. >> the democrats don't want to give up on their entitlement program and takes cuts and things like medicare. secondly and more important, republicans aren't going to give them a dime in tax hikes, john. but i'll tell how will win this. boehner has nor confidence, you see the president talk income panic. what the republicans will do is wait until about july 20th, and then take the biden cuts, all the biden cuts in social programs, tie them to the debt ceiling, and pass them in the house and send them to the senate, so you've got your debt ceiling raised for one year, with the biden cuts. i think the democrats, the president
Jul 10, 2011 4:00pm EDT
weakly at limp palm fronds. in the artificial cool of attorney john sutton's house, an intimate party was winding down early. it was susan sutton's birthday. attending, their son, his girlfriend, and john's law partner. daughter melissa, just off to college in north florida, couldn't be there. so she phoned her mother to say she missed her. you two close? >> extremely. it's my best friend. >> i was going to ask how old your mom was. >> 57. no, you can't put that on. she was a nice 45. let's leave it at that. >> the guests left. the law partner went home. son christopher and his girlfriend went out to a movie. john settled in to watch tv in the master bedroom. susan, in another bedroom, talked on the phone with a close friend, a quiet end to a pleasant evening. quiet, but not for long. >> coral gables 911. >> i need police. i have just been assaulted. >> what happened, sir? >> somebody came in and shot me. >> they shot you? >> yes. >> who did it? >> i don't know. i can't see. i need police, and i need an ambulance. >> okay. where did he shoot you? >> in my head. >> john sutton, a tough
Jul 10, 2011 5:00pm EDT
to her heart, her relationship with susan and john sutton. >> i said, look, susan really cared about you. she basically thought of you as a daughter. this woman didn't deserve to die like this. john doesn't deserve to be blind the rest of his life, and i know for a fact garret did this under the direction of christopher. finally she started crying, and i go, i think i may have her. >> with the tears came a story, what christopher had said to her that just might nail him for murder. >> parents deserve to die for taking years out of his life. she said that this went on for years. she interjected and said i knew it was going to happen. i just didn't know when. that night they put juliette, who was living with christopher, into protective custody. >> the next day i prepared an arrest warrant for christopher sutton. >> and a female officer paid a visit to christopher's father, home alone. >> she says, well, i've got good news and bad news. the good news is that we have arrested the assailant. he's admitted it. the bad news is he's inculpated your son and said your son set him up. i go man, oh
Jul 28, 2011 8:00pm PDT
to try to round up votes for john boehner's bill. john boehner's deficit reduction bill that would also increase the debt ceiling. house republican whip kevin mccarthy just sent out a message saying, quote, members are advised that there will be no votes in the house tonight. we apologize for the late notice. thank you for bearing with us. and have a good night. republican leadership is not going to have a good night. they had planned for this vote to happen, as i said, five hours ago, but when speaker boehner realized they didn't have the votes to pass that bill, the vote was delayed. that's a standard procedure in the house when you don't have the votes, just delay the vote. reports from capitol hill say as many as 26 or 28 members of the republican house said they still weren't voting for that plan. speaker boehner could lost as many as 24 votes. the house gop leadership will now make changes to the bill. house rules committee will have an emergency meeting tonight. the bill will be changed, and speaker boehner will try again tomorrow. earlier tonight senator john mccain said what th
Jul 28, 2011 12:00pm PDT
. the victim known by brother john was gunned down while they were handing out food. ktvu's paul chambers joins us with more on this development. >> reporter: good afternoon. they knew him as brother john but police identified him as paris powell. he was shot and killed in front of his wife and two children. police now need your help finding his killer. >> reporter: he reflects on the man he called brother john. brother john and his family would if he had him and the homeless. sadly i was the person to bring them the news about brother john's death. >> i was praying that he lived. because he was a good man. >> reporter: he was one of the last people to see brother john alive. just seconds before a man opened fire on the van they were in, he received a meal from them and now the man who did so much is dead, he wished it were him that was dead. >> i would rather see him with his wife and kids. i would take the bullet, without hesitation. >> reporter: now it's reported that his wife is pregnant. she and her daughter were also shot with nonlif threatening injuries. police have not released any info
Jul 7, 2011 6:00pm EDT
of these successes on 11 news. >> the world of football as remembering nicole legend tonight. john mackey passed away today. -- remembering an nfl legend tonight. john mackey passed away today. >> one of the pioneers indeed, maquis passes away. few have matched his efforts. he revolutionized the position of tight end. he lost a battle with dementia today at the age of 69. he played for the colts and promptly stunned anyone who tried to tackle him. he averaged better than 20 yards per catch his rookie season, ending a career with 38 touchdowns. and off the field he met life with the same veracity. -- the same ferocity. his legacy as many layers, but the lasting impression for teammates is one of awe. >> john mackey, you know, his running would set him apart from most titans of the day. his legacy will always be remembered. he was the guy who did it all at the tide and position. and it is hard to find someone like that. -- the tight end position. it is hard to find someone like that. >> coming up, why it may be a good thing for the world to send up a four game series with boston. >> severe thunderstorm
Jul 8, 2011 12:30am EDT
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Jul 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
this is about 50 minutes. >> how many of you can't respond to the question, who is john galt? if adding something to you, you love this next program. by the way, i don't know who is doing it, but when i drive south of jacksonville thursday billboard in i-95 that says, who is john galt? vbr nick speaker will be able to explain it to us. if you hurt our poster prediction yesterday, you know there were fireworks. well, don luskin was the gentleman who lit the first match and got things really going. he is, if you've read the program, an avid believer in technology. but what happens if it stops? anyway, to tell us today with the future could be, please join me in welcoming, don luskin cb on "i am john galt." [applause] >> thank you. thank you for the great introduction. there is one substantial inaccuracy. i actually and john galt. but you all are, to. and that is the secret for ayn rand's enduring posse later date. her books are lessons. her books are guided on how to live. we cannot be john galt. we cannot be heroes. just read within their. my new book, "i am john galt" is a re
FOX News
Jul 13, 2011 3:00pm EDT
the jury in this case, john, that this is not about drug use. it's about lying under oath. and they said that roger clemens knew full well when he raised his right hand and swore to tell the truth to congress that he was, in fact, lying about his drug use, and, therefore, guilty of personalry, and they said to prove that he lied, they will introduce evidence such as needles and cotton balls allegedly used by roger clemens then trainer to inject him with steroids and human growth hormone. those exhibits will be then to the jury and that will prove that roger clemens lied to congress. therefore, guilty of perjury. >> and his side, what did the tons have to say? >> they are focusing on that former trainer. they have described him "a dope dealer and a continual liar," and they say that evidence, the needles and cotton balls were fabricated by him so that he could avoid criminal charges himself, and they say they are also going to show to the jury that the use of drugs is totally out of character for someone like roger clemens. we have had a couple government witnesses on the stand but obviou
Jul 10, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. in 2001, on the eve of the 20th anniversary of that flight, ktvu's science editor john fowler took this look at how pilots train to fly it. at a cost of $2 billion each, the shuttle isn't officially national asset. from launch to reentry almost all the flight is computer directed. >> we got the airport sight. >> reporter: but every approach and landing is flown entirely by hand. and here at nasa's aims research center in mountain vie, astronauts learn how to fly it. >> cockpit ready. >> reporter: astronaut ferguson teaches over pilots. >> a mission that would last two weeks would culminate in two to three minutes of air dynamic flight. so we want to make sure we get it right. >> reporter: the shuttle has no engine, there's no second try. slowing from orbit to a one time landing appears to be a daunting task. >> it is a daunting task. >> reporter: another astronaut instructor pilot greg johnson known as ray j. allowed me a chance to see just how it's done. the cockpit has the same controls and incidents as the actual shuttle. the only difference is what we're wearing. this is a rea
Jul 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
takes another hit. john mackey passed away today after a decade-long battle with dementia. we have more on how he is being remembered. >> he was the colt's legend my father spoke of so fondly. a gentle giant. he was a role model before athletes decided they did not want the extra burden. here is where he last -- left a lasting legacy. >> revolutionized, redefined, and one over. words and phrases to describe what john mackey meant. 38 times he reached the end zone by bludgeoning his opponents. he appreciated how john mackey dominated the game. >> when he caught the ball, the show started then. he could go with it. he also was a tremendous teammate. he had a great positive attitude. or real personable guy with a great personality. he was not selfish and that was a hallmark of the team. >> he took up the fight for the players' union. laying the groundwork for today's life changing salary. the current president said john mackey is still a leader. he led the fight for fairness with brilliance and ferocious drive. that is what made the last decade of his life intolerable. he suffered from dem
Jul 18, 2011 11:00pm PDT
goodwin the historian and noor a titone who's written a new book about the family of john wilkes booth,he man who assassinated president lincoln. >> we can't lk at john wilkes booth simply as a confederate village, which he was, and confederate conspirator, which he certainly was. but he was also an actor and he had been shaped in this family, the booths, a remarkable clan of shakespearean stars who were themselves shakespearean in thr fractiousness, in their ambition and their rivalries. and they were the crucible that rmed john wilkes booth and that his story as much as it is a story of confederate zealotry, 's an actor's story as wl. >> rose: debate in washington, the "harry potter" phenomenon d john wilkes booth and his family when we continue. every story needs a ro we can all root for. whbeats the odds ancomes out on top. but this isn't just a hollywood storyline. it's happening every day, all across america. every time a storefront opens. or the midnight oil is burned. or when someone chases a dream, not just a dollar. they are sma busine owners. so if you wanna rootfor a real ,
Jul 28, 2011 1:00pm EDT
, republican senators mike crapo and john thune plus democratic congressman chris van hollen and tea party freshman. good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. five days to go, they have already missed every deadline and if they don't reach agreement, who is going to get paid and who won't? treasury secretary tim geithner meets with the white house. dan, how do you make those assessments? clearly very unlikely at this stage that everything is going to be done, signed, sealed and delivered by august 2nd. how do you decide, clearly the bond holders get paid. once you have paid that, what do you do about social security, medicare payments, veterans, other salaries? >> reporter: well, i think there is still time to get this done. we're wasting critical time in the house right now as they spend day after day and hour after hour working on a bill that we know is dead on arrival in the senate. the treasury department will make those decisions about what we do. but we still have time to get this done. it's critically important for the economy we get it done by tuesday. >> can you assure peo
Jul 14, 2011 4:00am EDT
, the rules are not suspended by the bill and the bill is not passed. >> boehnor, john boehner, another own goal. again, again he does this. last night, house republicans brought their own bill to the floor for a vote only to see it defeated by themselves. it was a bill to eliminate energy efficiency regulations for light bulbs, and it lost. that's not how it's supposed to work when you're the majority party in the house and the minority party has almost no power. you control the floor, you control what gets voted on, when it gets voted on. your own party's stuff you are supposed to be able to pass, and if you can't pass something, you don't bring it up. why would you? but with john boehner in charge in the house of representatives, the republicans keep kicking the ball into their own net over and over and over again. back in february in a span of 24 hours, speaker boehnor brought a republican u.s. out of the u.n.-type bill on to the house floor. it was defeated. he brought a patriot act extension to the house floor, it was defeated. then he was forced to pull a trade bill because it was go
FOX News
Jul 9, 2011 11:30am EDT
. welcome to cashin in. >> wayne rogers and tracey burns and john layfield and democratic strategist . what would the plan do for job. >> it would do wrero. these guys have no job's plan or energy plan or tax plan. we are the only developed country in the entire world without this . it is an answer go after a populas marriage. since jackson and hamilton. go after the rich and corporate taxes. and oil companies and in reality all of that money harry reid is talking about 50 billion. that means our deficit annually is 1.6 trillion and doesn't pay the special. take away from their own failure and put it on the rich guy in the corner office. a lot of small companies do create jobs and harry reid could be making a mistake here in >> harry reid when he talks about shared sacrifice. let the congress share that. democratic government is the only one in which those who vote for the tax can escape the obligation to pay it harry reid is one of those kinds of guys. top three percent in this could you wantry pay as much as the other 97 percent. those are numbers he leaves out of a convenient way of sell
Jul 15, 2011 2:00am PDT
helped draft it. we will have john speak as well. we will have john speak after that. >> this is an ordinance that would prohibit the demolition of housing of 50 units. >> this is so out of the ordinary, i am very uncomfortable with this presentation. he is a member of the public. this is beyond the pale. if none of the members that made this one to present it, they can -- supervisor kim: it is more about the members of the committee worrying about other meetings. >> go ahead. let it be known that this is out of the ordinary. the supervisors have staff, 12 people unavailable. so we will let someone who does not work for the city who is a paid advocate for a ballot measure coming out to present. supervisor kim: i will apologize for that. it is my fault. i did not other as a way that this has always been presented. i did not realize it was out of order. i will keep in mind that it is routine for supervisors to be on ordnance produced. supervisor elsbernd: were paid opponents of this measure going to get equal time? supervisor kim: there is a presentation on the ordinanc
Jul 24, 2011 11:35pm EDT
and the federal government's debt limit. a late afternoon conference call john boehner told republicans that president obama is not serious about making a deal. >> after making a final push for a large-scale deal it now appears house speaker john boehner wants something smaller. abc news has learned that boehner told his fellow republicans on a sunday news conference call that president obama is not serious. in a television interview boehner said the president is not ready to make a deal. >> i know the president is worried about his next election but shouldn't we be worried about the country? >> the speaker wanted the outlines of a plan before 4:00 p.m. to send a positive message to the asian markets. the deadline still looms. >> there's no alternative. failure is not an option. >> the speaker says he was ready to make a deal last week but the president's demand broke off talks. the white house says there was never an agreement. >> negotiations are not over until they are actually over and people sign the document, a piece of paper. the pres
Jul 13, 2011 6:30pm PDT
whistling past the graveyard. >> ohio republican congressman and speaker john boehner presides over the largest republic majority in more than 60 years, 240 republicans, 192 democrats, in the house of representatives. this means that for president obama to push through any of his legislation, he must have the support of speaker boehner. recently, speaker boehner pla9ed that critical role when he gained house republican support for the current 2011 federal budget. that governors u.s. spending for fiscal year october 1 of last year, 2010, through september 30 of this year, 2011. this budget averted a shutdown of the federal government. the successful passage of the fy2011 budget was@a ey're in th cap. >> i'm pleased that senator reid and i and the white house have been able to come to an agreement that will in fact cut vernment op. >> questi, the last time e repuicans took over e use was in 94, 17 years ago, when bill inton was president. john boehner to then former use speaker newt @@gingrich, how well is boehner doing? i ask you, major garrettí >> this lots of ways to measure that.
Jul 17, 2011 11:00am EDT
to defend the liberal label next year? the knives are out. should john boehner expect a full-blown mutiny. is eric cantor the number two house republican leading the tea party against their own speaker? finally, family business. michele bachmann's number one in iowa but her family business about become her number one problem. it works to confer gays to straights. will that strike voters as sensible? will it sell on the stump, even among conservatives? hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, "new york" magazine john heilemann, cnn's gloria borger, nbc's kelly o'donnell and "time" magazine's joe klein. first up, narrative has been about trying for a big debt reduction deal this year but the political consequences for barack obama and g.o.p. nominee next year are the real story here. if there's no grand deal what are the 2012 consequences? for the president, there are some 2012 upsides perhaps even without a big deal. for one, he claimed the higher ground through all of these debates. for looking more reasonable and he also championed the middle class because he proposed
Jul 29, 2011 8:30pm EDT
in the stock market then you can afford to lose. >> john mchale lashes out at fellow republicans who refused to bend. >> that is not fair to the american people. >> i completely totally 100% disagree with senator mccain. >> and nfl players and owners can compromise, like in washington not? >> we can sit here and say football is back. >> first, let me broaden of your weekend with more lousy news about the economy. turns out the recession was even worse than we thought and economic growth for the first six months of the year has been the slowest since the recession ended. and, of course, we have the debt crisis. at the conclusion of the nfl lock up, the owner of the new england patriots said, "i hope we give a little lesson to the people in washington because the debt crisis is a lot easier to fix then this deal was. that we put -- as with the program to gather, we are faced with the same problem we had last week. we do not know how this thing will end. let's start with talking about where we have been. monday night, president obama won on television to talk about what will happen if congress
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